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How is it treated?

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How is it treated?

If you call , treatment will start in the ambulance with aspirin and other medicines. In the hospital, the doctor will work right away to return blood flow to your heart. You may get medicines to break up and prevent blood clots. You may get nitroglycerin and other medicines that make your arteries wider. This helps improve blood […]

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top of the plaque buildup

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top of the plaque buildup

Unstable angina happens when blood flow to the heart is suddenly slowed by narrowed coronary arteries. Or small blood clots form in the coronary arteries and slow blood flow. Typically, there is no damage to the heart muscle. It often happens when you are at rest. You may have had stable angina You knew when to expect your […]

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What happens in acute coronary syndrome (ACS)?

ACS ranges from a heart attack (myocardial infarction) to unstable angina. If you have a heart attack, a coronary artery or one of its smaller branches is suddenly blocked. The part of the heart muscle supplied by this artery loses its blood (and oxygen) supply. This part of the heart muscle is at risk of […]

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Congenital heart disease screening for infants

Critical Congenital Heart Disease (CCHD) accounts for more than 25% of infant deaths that are caused by birth defects. Oximetry screening is a low-cost, highly-effective, and painless bedside test for newborns that can be completed in as little as 45 seconds. The screening is administered using a pulse oximeter device, which is a light that […]

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Atherosclerosis & Stroke

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Atherosclerosis & Stroke

Atherosclerosis is often referred to as “hardening of the arteries.” .It’s the process in which fatty substances, cholesterol, cellular waste products, calcium and other substances build up in the inner lining of an artery. This buildup is called plaque.

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